FCS students place well in Americanism contest


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Students at Fayette Christian School participated in the AMVETS Department of Ohio Americanism Contest. Several of the students placed well at both the district and state levels.


In the spring of 2017, Fayette Christian School students (grades K5 through 12) participated in the AMVETS Department of Ohio Americanism Contest.

Students in kindergarten and first grade participated in a coloring contest; students in second through sixth participated in a poster contest; and students in seventh through 12th participated in an essay contest. Several FCS students placed at district level and moved on to district and state levels.

Micah Cole (K-5) placed first at the district and regional levels and second at the state level; Megan Sheeter (seventh grade) placed first at the district and regional levels and second at the state level; Kirsten Havens (eighth grade) placed first at district and regional levels and fourth at the state level; Lane Hufford (ninth grade) placed first at the district and regional level and third at the state level; Spencer Hanusik (10th grade) placed first in the district and regional level and second at the state level; Hannah Turner (11th grade) placed first in the district and regional level and third at the state level; and Elizabeth Garren (12th grade) placed first in the district and regional level and second at the state level.

“Congratulation to all our winners,” pastor Tony Garren said. “Thank you AMVETS for supporting our youth in Fayette County.”

Students at Fayette Christian School participated in the AMVETS Department of Ohio Americanism Contest. Several of the students placed well at both the district and state levels.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/09/web1_20170913_122111.jpgStudents at Fayette Christian School participated in the AMVETS Department of Ohio Americanism Contest. Several of the students placed well at both the district and state levels.

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